It's been a long and terribly cold winter for many of us, and our home state of New Jersey is no exception. We hope our April 2015 Humane News will bring you the breath of Spring you've been waiting for!
Some of our rescues in these bitter last few months have been highlighted in this issue - Volume 46, No.2 - and how we have also started a push for legislative change so all animals will be better protected in every kind of bad weather as well as temperature and chaining restrictions.
Read all about it in the April issue!
Read about how we rescued a trio of mastiffs being terribly neglected and left outdoors in the freezing weather, a pit bull named Devlin who'd been padlocked inside a barn and left to die when the owner moved out, and two dogs abandoned at the front door of our Newark facility in below freezing temperatures in the early morning hours. We have a special Editorial on this subject and how you can help the animals in your town become legally protected and no longer neglected. Also, take a look at new photos and an update of our Swimmer Pups, as they make progress in their physical therapy.
In addition, lots and lots of animal news of all kinds; a special on some of the animals saved through the AHS' Open Door policy; Happy Endings on animals you've previously met in our Homepage stories - Evan, Bartlett, Blue, and Cookie; some of our handicapped residents awaiting sponsorship in Popcorn Park; our great selection of dogs and cats awaiting your loving home and Share-A-Pets, your heart OR your home; and of course, acknowledgment to all the wonderful people, adults and kids, who have so generously donated to help the animals. There's still much more!
Find it all in your April 2015 Humane News!